Olympic Driftwood Sculptors is an exciting organization established in October 2008, to share and promote the art of driftwood sculpture on the Olympic Peninsula. We practice an art form based on the LuRon® method, developed by Lucile Worlund of Seattle almost fifty years ago. This method is unique to the Pacific Northwest and forms the basis of driftwood sculpture techniques utilized in creating exquisite sculptures. The goal is to reveal the inner beauty of the wood. The driftwood artist sees, develops, and refines the natural shapes and designs of found wood into a work of art.
In Olympic Driftwood Sculptors, once an artist has completed a basic LuRon® class, if they desire, they may go outside the boundaries of the LuRon® method in a newer direction called "Above and Beyond". This allows the artist to expand their creativity. You are only limited by your imagination!
In addition to promoting and sharing driftwood sculpture, the primary goal of ODS is providing an open environment where congeniality and the free exchange of ideas is encouraged. We are a fun-loving organization, sharing the joys and concerns of all our members.
Last updated: May 2, 2013
Olympic Driftwood Sculptors is a federally-sanctioned 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Olympic Driftwood Sculptors
P.O. Box 3321, Sequim, WA 98382
Treasure of The Dungeness was the 2012 raffle piece. The raffle winner was Troy Henderson of Pullman, WA.
Forest Gem, the current 2013 club raffle piece.